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Psychology behind bdsm

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Added: 02.10.2019
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Should you give it a go? Is there something mentally wrong with people who enjoy BDSM? Why do people like it? As with any other sexual kink , once it became more popular mostly thanks to the aforementioned phenomenally popular book , more discussions started spreading which, of course, has spawned some controversial claims.
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Verified by Psychology Today. Unique—Like Everybody Else. However, it should be noted that most of the apparent psychological benefits of being a practitioner applied to those in the dominant rather than the submissive role. Additionally, the study findings need to be treated with some caution because it is not clear that the comparison group is a good representation of the general population. BDSM involves a diverse range of practices usually involving role-playing games in which one person assumes a dominant role and another person assumes a submissive role.
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Verified by Psychology Today. The Wide Wide World of Psychology. Since its publication, hallowed papers such as The New York Times have published articles on bondage and discipline, dominance and submission, and sadism and masochism. With the Fifty Shades movie now coming to theaters, it seems like a good time to take stock of what we know, scientifically, about BDSM: Who does this stuff? What do they do?
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The most common practice when engaging in BDSM is the delegation of roles: submissive and dominant. Currently, male domination and female submission is the most common practice, but not by very much. Having dominant and submissive roles allows people to breach the margins of their social roles. For example, type-A personalities and Alpha males may actually experience psychological relief by handing their power and social dominance over to someone else, says Matthew Hutson of Psychology Today.
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